Maui Blog - Georgie Hunter R(S): Weather Report from Maui HAWAII - Mostly Perfect with a Slight Chance of Imperfection

Weather Report from Maui HAWAII - Mostly Perfect with a Slight Chance of Imperfection

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Maui Weather Report - Still Sunny

I had to laugh at my nephew yesterday when he gave the Maui weather report as - "mostly perfect with a slight chance of imperfection."  He's out here visiting for his gazillionth time, and was commenting to our other visitors who are here for their first time.  And you know, the funny thing is, he's right!

The weather on Maui can be boring at times.... mostly sunny with a chance of scattered showers in the mauka areas.  North-east tradewinds in the 10-15 mile per hour range, highs in the low to mid 80's .... day after day after day!  Yikes!  It's always a good day to go to the beach... either north shore or south shore, or west side.

 All year long the conditions are ideal for surfing and windsurfing, with small to medium sized waves rolling in somewhere on the island.  In the winter months we get the really big surf, especially on the north shore.

 

 surfing the north shore of maui hawaii

 

LINKS -

Maui Weather Today, with Glenn James  is a good website with up to date Maui forecasts and current conditions.

Worried about tsunamis?  Have no fear - the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center is here, and you can sign up for messages and email alerts.  Here on Maui we have an "early warning system" of coastal sirens in tsunami prone areas.  The last tsunami to cause any widespread damage on Maui was in 1964. 

Go to the National Weather Service website for more info about Tropical Hurricanes.

~Aloha from Maui ~

 

GeorginaM. Hunter R(S) e-Pro ~ Jim Sanders Realty Inc. ~ Paia MAUI HI 96779 ~

EMAIL ME ~ 808 283-0635 ~ SEARCH MAUI ACTIVE LISTINGS

Comment balloon 14 commentsGeorgie Hunter R(S) 58089 • February 28 2008 09:27PM

Comments

Oh my goodness...the weather sounds amazing!!  It's amazing to think that people can find weather like that boring.  Enjoy!!!
Posted by Lynn Franklin (Coldwell Banker Ponderosa) over 10 years ago

Georgina,

I spent Thanksgiving 2006 on your beautiful island, what a week!  I parasailed, I'm over 60, and it was FUN!  I loved Whaler's Village, we went to the original luai, The mountains, ocean, flowers are beautiful.  You are a very lucky person!!  We hope to come back.  Aloha, Mary

Posted by Mary PAUL, ABR, CRS,GRI, e-PRO, (RE/MAX Advantage Realtors, Searcy, AR) over 10 years ago
Still sunny?  LOL...what a fabulous place to live, Georgina, and an easy job for the weatherman I would assume!
Posted by Lisa Heindel, New Orleans Real Estate Broker (Crescent City Living LLC) over 10 years ago
That is a wonderful way to describe your weather!  LOL!
Posted by Deborah Burns ~ Seattle Real Estate Agent (Realty Executives -BRIO) over 10 years ago
Your nephew has a way with phrases. With blackberry winters and Indian summers, we do not have to worry about perfection in the weather here in Houston.
Posted by Frank Schulte-Ladbeck (Frank Schulte-Ladbeck Professional Real Estate Inspections) over 10 years ago

LOL! Now that is a weather report! you are bragging a little :-)  Aloha!

Your Friend in Charlottesville!

Posted by Charles McDonald, REALTOR®, Blogger, Principal Broker®, Owner (Charlottesville Real Estate Solutions) over 10 years ago

Lynn - too much of a good thing can still be too much ... lol

Mary - I hope you can come back soon too.

Lisa - yup, the weathermen get all excited when some "severe" weather comes our way

Deborah - we are very lucky.

Frank - you've got BIGGER things to worry about in Texas.

Charles - you know it - but people need to be educated.

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) over 10 years ago
Georgina - the more I read, the more I am convinced that you live in a little bit of heaven!
Posted by Barbara-Jo Roberts Berberi, MA, PSA, TRC - Greater Clearwater Florida Residential Real Estate Professional, Palm Harbor, Dunedin, Clearwater, Safety Harbor (Charles Rutenberg Realty) over 10 years ago
BJ - Should I stop writing about it?  Or will you get on a plane?
Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) over 10 years ago
Slight chance of imperfection? I LOVE this headline, you're so funny. :-)
Posted by Chuck Willman UtahHomes.me, Utah Homes (Utah Homes) over 10 years ago
Chuck - I'm not just being funny - it's true!
Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) over 10 years ago

That is a perfect description...Just a little liquid sunshine mixed in from time to time.  I lived there for three years, and I think we had a tidal wave warning, the wave never came and maybe a small hurricane warning, nothing serious.  We took all 5 of our children back last year, we chose to cruise the islands so they could see them all.  While we were there we had hurricane type weather, you can only imagine on a cruise ship! On top of that they had two earthquakes on the big island while we were there.  Unbelievable!  The kids still had a wonderful time and would all like to go back to Maui for a longer visit.

Posted by Kathy Kooyman (Home Realty) almost 10 years ago

Hi Georgina, Not sure if we've met on Maui, but you pic looks familiar. I just sold my Kuau Plaza condo (closed Sept 30th) that I had for 3 years. I went as much as I could, & used it as a vacation rental that I called Ginger's Spot. I didn't want to sell, but needed to unfortunatly. I was unable to sell my California house for any profit at beginning of this year, so i could move, the way I had been hoping. When I first starting going to Maui frequently about 4 or 5 years ago, when I was dating a Paia Realtor, I felt I had finally found home for the first time! It still feels that way even with Paia man out of pic, & following BF I made fall in love w/Maui & helped him find property in Olinda, that I was supposed to live in w/him, but I broke it off....I need Maui my way & I hope that when I die, I will be a Hawaiian too.

Aloha,

Ginger   

Posted by Ginger Renee Kelley, I'm not made of brown sugar...I'm Ginger! (Coldwell Banker Residential - Walnut Creek) almost 10 years ago

Kathy - you know it - Maui No Ka Oi

Ginger - I don't think we have met, but you might have seen me marketing unit 105 of the Kuau Plaza - I've sold it twice already!  Congrats on selling your unit in this market.  I hope you will find your way back here to stay one day.

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) almost 10 years ago

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